Sunday, May 31, 2009
I've teamed up with an authentic card and palm reader from NY and this is what we've come up with. She is a good witch and rather pretty too! Madame Luna is a 30 inch cloth doll with lots of extras. Made of muslin fabric, wired fingers, soft sculptured facial features and sculpted toes. She'll has now moved to PA. :o)
Wednesday, May 27, 2009
I designed and created this sweet, primitive old hag witch named Haggatha. :o)
She was made of muslin fabric, coffee stained and has painted features which were done with acrylic paints. She has a soft sculptured face and individual, wired fingers with black 3-D fingernails. Her hair is gray sheeps wool felted securely into her scalp. Haggatha measures 30 inches tall and is ready to make some spooky desserts with the worms she carries in her cauldron. Lots of attention to detail. Cape, dress, panaloons and boots are all removable. She now lives in VA.
Tuesday, May 19, 2009
Someone emailed me and told me about the witch legend which I thought was very interesting so I asked her if I could use her description for my next witch. Thanks Gerri!
The women of olde (witches who were burned, not in this country) were battered and bruised, teeth knocked out, dragged by wagons and were unrecognizable. They were so sick they were a shade of green. Well, this gal is a shade of green, teeth missing and a bit bruised. She is still recognizable though. :o) I made her using muslin fabric, coffee stained her and added a touch of light green color to her skin tone. Lots of attention to detail in her soft sculptured facial features. She has now moved to CT.:o)